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advice on healthy eating - The No-Cry
The No-Cry Picky Eater Solution: Gentle Ways to Encourage Your Child to Eat—and Eat Healthy
The No-Cry Picky Eater Solution:  Gentle Ways to Encourage Your Child to Eat—and Eat Healthy
Say goodbye to the daily frustration of picky eating with these effective child-tested, parent-approved, No-Cry solutions plus healthy family-friendly recipes
Are you convinced your child will only eat pasta and chicken nuggets for the rest of her life? Worried your son is not getting adequate nutrition? Tired of vegetables being cast as the villain during mealtime battles? Nearly all parents experience a finicky eater at their table, but finding solutions can be difficult. That's why Elizabeth Pantley, author of the bestselling No-Cry series--the most trusted name in parenting guides--developed gentle, effective and easy solutions for dealing with picky eaters.

Full of tips and tricks, The No-Cry Picky Eater Solution helps you to:


Get your child to eat--and enjoy!--vegetables, grains and other healthy food
Reduce the sugar, fat, and junk food without your child noticing the change.
Make subtle, healthy improvements in favorite recipes to boost nutrition for the whole family
Relax and enjoy mealtime and snack time at your home
Instill good eating habits that your children can take into adulthood

To make your picky eater and the whole family happy, Elizabeth has tapped her culinary friends to share delicious recipes that are not just healthy but kid-friendly, too. The No-Cry Picky Eater Solution features recipe contributions from:

Missy Chase Lapine (The Sneaky Chef);
Jennifer Carden (Toddler Cafe);
Kim Lutz and Megan Hart (Welcoming Kitchen);
Lisa Barnes (The Petit Appetit);
Barbara Beery (Green Princess Cookbook);
Cheryl Tallman and Joan Ahlers (So Easy Toddler Food); and
Janice Bissex and Liz Weiss (No Whine with Dinner).

Armed with Elizabeth's proven advice and these tasty recipes, you'll be able to serve healthy meals and snacks along with peace and happiness.

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looking for that silver lining
looking for that silver lining
It feels like everywhere I turn, I am getting stalled, road blocked by life and not just the chickens getting into the garden and eating all my little seedlings. The goat lady that I doing goats with is proving to be more and more “goat-like” each day. By that, I mean hard headed, capricious, and fiercely independent (difficult when you are supposed to be working as a team!) She is buying (I refused to buy them after I saw them) these old (8+ old reform nannies) that will probably never have kids again if they are lucky to survive a snowy winter with their coughs. It’s like adopting a cranky, achy grandmother or two. I randomly opened my new goat manual and it fell open to “how to dispose of dead goats”. Not a good omen. The goat lady is very bossy and pissing Benji and I off each day as we labor away building the goat “palace” based on her architectural drawings (yes, she had a friend draft them up). But then she changes her mind mid-nail and says no way can the milking station go there or I want another window here and dutch swinging doors must be constructed. (insert eyerolling here). Her goats are coming in less than ten days and we only have a skeleton structure. Benji has wasted his entire vacation building this eyesore (as the neighbors have started complaining- she didn’t ask for permission, so the city might block it. Benji offered to burn it down if that is the case.) One of the crabby neighbors (it blocks his view of the river) talked to me last night and after I offered to give him goats cheese he smiled and settled down. But the goat lady got wind of it and vehemently said “NO, it’s our cheese! Don’t give anyone anything and don’t tell them what we are doing.” Completely against what I feel: I want to make things right, I love sharing, being open and most of all being a peaceful neighbor. This is going all wrong, terribly wrong so quickly. But I don’t want to quit. The idea is that I help her, learn from her goat husbandry expertise during this summer and then this fall I’ll get my own goats. We had three others involved at the beginning to share the work but they have all dropped out with their excuses and that has left me holding together what is left of the goat cooperative dream. I can’t let her or me down, she is a good friend and generous neighbor (I can see her window from mine) and if I “wrong” her (she is a Scorpio) it could become hell on earth. I am trying to enjoy the challenge; I know that I’m fighting the good fight. We want to have goats for milk and cheese and this is the land of goats and I am city girl with no clue about goats. Benji tells me just to ignore her and not tell her anything, that she is after all an old headstrong grandmother just like goats. But I could have smacked together four wood pallets with a recuperated roof and used the electric fence that someone offered me and hide them down in our garden that no one looks at. We would be done. I found some French Alpine goats for a great price from someone that I have known for years and can trust. Sweet, brown young does with babies that I could get in October when they are pregnant again. Nice, clean healthy goats that give two liters of milk a day already. The goat lady was fuming mad at me when I said I didn’t want to go in with her to get the old and very expensive Pyrenness nellies. Oy, It’s the new moon right now and Mercury is about to go in retrograde. Things are changing, plans are jinxed, Aries sun is demanding. “We have to allow ourselves to be inspired by the need to reform (ed: not buy reform goats, ha!), and adjust to make changes in order to achieve our goals” is the new moon’s advice. It's only human to get frustrated if things don't go smoothly and we are all at that point. That doesn't necessarily mean that my will power is meant to conquer all obstacles so that I can have whatever I want. Maybe I am being called on to step just a little farther away from my comfort zone to discover a greater potential. “What you want will very likely have to be tempered by practicality, integrity, self-awareness, rethinking and refining decisions…” the moon gurus tell me. So if you, too, run into what feels like a series of roadblocks, consider them as valuable feedback about things that need to be adjusted and reconsidered. Either your overall direction is bang on but how you get there needs some tweaking, or you have the tools and resources to get you there but your direction needs to be altered slightly. Pay attention to what the Universe is telling you and you'll figure out which. ps Stay flexible, grounded and centered as much as possible. Creativity, music, meditation, prayer or spending time in a beautiful setting could help you find a soothing and expressive outlet for whatever frustration you might be experiencing.
Before/After - 8.5 Weeks
Before/After - 8.5 Weeks
Weight: 165 Waist: 31” Body Fat : 16% BMI: 24.4 Cholesterol: 144 (Goal: less than 200) Triglyceride: 67 (Normal: less than 150) HDL (Good C): 81 (Normal: 40-59) LDL (Bad C): 50 (Goal: less than 130) All of this was good news. My cholesterol was dangerously high at 311. Now, my good cholesterol is very good and my bad cholesterol is not so very bad: down 149 points from 199 to a very healthy 50. The (small) bad news is have hypothyroidism. If you're just tuning in, a recap. I got a physical and my doctor said I was overweight and my cholesterol was too high. She wanted to check things again in 8 weeks. I thought, 'I'm going to nail that test.' So I photographed my fat self and posted it at Flickr. I also photographed everything I ate for eight weeks and posted charts from my nano/nike iPod and charts from traineo.com. Very rarely did I go hungry. Mostly it was cutting out snacking and reducing cheese, crackers, butter, and some eggs from my diet. My portions were a little smaller, but not by much nor all the time. I also ran quite a bit. From 6 miles a couple of times a weeks to 6 miles every other day for four weeks, then 6 miles 5-6 times a week in the last few weeks. I rode my bike to work everyday (but I did this when I was heavier). The Flickr folks were a big help (and cheaper than Weight Watchers). I kind of knew people would know if I were keeping at it. Lots of encouraging advice (except for a few people) and advice on what to eat. The hardest part (and it still is) is taking off my clothes in front of everyone on the internet. It's a little easier now that I've lost some weight, but not much easier. Having a goal and support group made a big difference. Now, it's back to fat city, baby! Just kidding. I still have to run that marathon in March which means losing another 10 pounds and running 30-40 miles a week for about two months prior to the run. Big thanks to everyone for all the encouragement. Michael

advice on healthy eating
advice on healthy eating
A Guide To Raw Food: The Essential A-Z Advice On Eating Raw To Live A Vibrant Life
A Guide to raw food is one of the most clearest book’s on raw foods eating. A wealth of information is provided in the chapters covering the tenets of raw food eating itself as well as the compelling information that raw food eating is a life-transforming tool/

The Incredible Benefits from clearer skin to reversing cancers and other major illness's It's time to take charge of your health and start feeling good from the inside out. Raw food eating and Juicing is essential for anyone serious about looking after their bodies.

Easy to understand advice is offered throughout the book from juicing, to growing your own raw foods, eating raw and much much more.



An intriguing reference is made to some of our nation’s health problems - most notably, cancer, obesity, and diabetes – and the raw food diet’s possible alleviation of these ills. The book is upbeat, easy to read, and will certainly be informative to the beginner and experienced as well.

The growing popularity of the raw food diet is undeniable and the author provide a measure of understanding to the food and nutrition choices which we all face today and in the future.

A Guide to raw food is one of the most clearest book’s on raw foods eating. A wealth of information is provided in the chapters covering the tenets of raw food eating itself as well as the compelling information that raw food eating is a life-transforming tool/

The Incredible Benefits from clearer skin to reversing cancers and other major illness's It's time to take charge of your health and start feeling good from the inside out. Raw food eating and Juicing is essential for anyone serious about looking after their bodies.

Easy to understand advice is offered throughout the book from juicing, to growing your own raw foods, eating raw and much much more.



An intriguing reference is made to some of our nation’s health problems - most notably, cancer, obesity, and diabetes – and the raw food diet’s possible alleviation of these ills. The book is upbeat, easy to read, and will certainly be informative to the beginner and experienced as well.

The growing popularity of the raw food diet is undeniable and the author provide a measure of understanding to the food and nutrition choices which we all face today and in the future.

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